Tuesday, October 19

Tag: Creed

(Livestream Review) “Marching In Time” by TREMONTI (9/24/2021)
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(Livestream Review) “Marching In Time” by TREMONTI (9/24/2021)

Marching In Time by Tremonti is by far one of the best albums that has been released this year and now is looking to take best live stream of the year. To celebrate the release of their latest album, fans were treated to a live stream that highlighted the brand-new album while also paying homage to the past albums that the band has released. This was a juggernaut of a setlist at an amazingly valued price. Tremonti started the stream of with the intro song of their first album “A World Away” and from that moment, everyone was extremely aware that the band had passion in these new songs. Tremonti sounded so great that one would have to ask, “have they played these songs before”? Everyone involved in this stream took great care, from the camera work all the way to the musicians themselves....
(Album Review) “Marching in Time” by TREMONTI
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(Album Review) “Marching in Time” by TREMONTI

Being a staple in the music industry for over two decades is legendary status, but maintaining a constant flow of fresh ideas in art for that long is a different story. However, Tremonti makes that task look easy with their most recent album, Marching in Time. As usual the band brings something fresh while staying in line with the things that original fans can attach themselves to. From beginning to end it’s a masterpiece that was very much needed. “A World Away” is the song that starts the album off in a giant way with immediate chugs and drums that could get anyone excited. As the song progress, the realization is that we are in for something very different than the previous album A Dying Machine. Tremonti has this unique talent to blend heavy and chunky together with an absolute catc...
(Mark Dean Interviews):  Madness To Creation Podcast Ep. 15:  Donald Carpenter of BLISSKRIEG
Dr. Mark Dean Interviews

(Mark Dean Interviews): Madness To Creation Podcast Ep. 15: Donald Carpenter of BLISSKRIEG

Contributor's Note:  Mark Dean of (AntiHero Magazine, The Spill Magazine, Madness To Creation) converses with Donald Carpenter of Blisskrieg on the 15th episode of Madness To Creation Podcast.  In this episode, Donald discusses how the band was formed.  You might have heard Donald's voice from hard rock bands Submersed and Eye Empire.  On February 22nd, Blisskrieg released their debut album entitled "Remedy" on all digital streaming platforms.  Blisskrieg is composed of Donald Carpenter on vocals, Todd Whitener, Matt Taul and Jesse Vest.  The band is composed of members of Submersed, Eye Empire, Days Of The New and Tantric.  Here is what Jesse had to say about "Remedy": “It’s a surprisingly diverse album," says Jesse Vest. "There are songs that we think will satisfy fans of our past...
Roger Young of CINDER Converses with Madness To Creation on “The Machine”, “Gangsta Stereo”, and Mental Health Awareness!
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Roger Young of CINDER Converses with Madness To Creation on “The Machine”, “Gangsta Stereo”, and Mental Health Awareness!

Editor's Note:  It was a beautiful summer night and Madness To Creation conversed with Cinder on "The Machine", their lyric video for "Gangsta Stereo", and the role that dogs play in their mental health awareness.  Vocalist Roger Young is talking about the comeback, that infamous concert at 3rd Street Live in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and the impact that "Soul Creation" had back in the day.  Fans can find Cinder at the following locations: www.facebook.com/OfficialCinderBand www.instagram.com/OfficialCinderBand Madness To Creation:  Hi Roger, what's going on today? Roger:   Not much, just feeding my dogs! Madness To Creation:  What kind of dogs do you have? Roger:  I like all dogs and I have a black and white American bulldog, a short-haired Wheaton terrier, and a brand new Wei...
Dereak, Maddox, and Kenny of MESSER Converses with Madness To Creation on the Comeback Story of Scott Stapp and Mental Health Awareness!
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Dereak, Maddox, and Kenny of MESSER Converses with Madness To Creation on the Comeback Story of Scott Stapp and Mental Health Awareness!

Editor's Note:  On a personal note, Messer is very quickly becoming one of my favorite bands to listen to because their songs are so positive and uplifting, and they just flat out rock.  The cool thing about this band is that when they have a day off they would rather find a stage and play, and that's exactly what they did as they invited a few local Iowa bands to play and play in front of some Iowa folk at a dive bar called Spicoli's in Waterloo, Iowa.  Quick question for Spicoli's, why did you get rid of most of your games?!?!  Anyways, Messer has been flying on the charts with their hit rock single "Simple Man" and just coming across amazing opportunities that the band can only manage to get.  Messer sat down with Madness To Creation inside their RV and discussed a lot of cool things su...
Michael Del Pizzo of SUNFLOWER DEAD Converses with Madness To Creation on Upcoming Scott Stapp Tour and Mental Health Awareness
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Michael Del Pizzo of SUNFLOWER DEAD Converses with Madness To Creation on Upcoming Scott Stapp Tour and Mental Health Awareness

Editor's Note:  Sunflower Dead has been riding some serious waves since their formation back in 2012.  In a relatively short amount of time, Sunflower Dead has had a top 40 Billboard Mainstream Rock chart hit with "Victim" and have shared the stage with the likes of In This Moment, Korn, Hellyeah, and Avatar.  They have recently released a song under Dave Ellefson's EMP Label Group entitled "Turn Away", which has a strong anti-suicide message, and they will be touring with Scott Stapp(ex-Creed) and Messer this summer.  In this interview with Madness To Creation, Sunflower Dead fans can learn about their latest single "Turn Away", how seriously this band takes mental health awareness, along with other fun topics pertaining to their music.  Fans can find Sunflower Dead at the following locat...
Maddox Messer of Messer Converses with Madness To Creation on The Law of Attraction and “Unstoppable Screams”
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Maddox Messer of Messer Converses with Madness To Creation on The Law of Attraction and “Unstoppable Screams”

Editor's Note:  I really believe that Messer is going to make some waves in 2018 and beyond, hearing about their chance encounters that you wouldn't believe if you didn't subscribe to The Secret or The Law of Attraction, this has led them with the golden opportunity to open for Metallica and to open the "Unstoppable Screams" Tour featuring Red with Lacey Sturm and Righteous Vendetta.  The bass player Maddox Messer has an amazing conversation with their vicious dog in tow.  Fans can pick up their album on April 20th(although if you come out to "Unstoppable Screams", they will have copies available to you) and fans can also check out Messer at the following locations: www.facebook.com/messerband www.messerband.com Madness To Creation:  Tell us who you are and what you do in the band...
Madness To Creation’s A-Z Throwback Reviews: Featuring Adelitas Way!
MTC's Throwback Reviews From Bands Listed in A-Z Lyrics

Madness To Creation’s A-Z Throwback Reviews: Featuring Adelitas Way!

Out of Las Vegas, Nevada is a rock band that was formed in 2006, seen several lineup changes and have since gone the indie route in order to make some well thought out, rock and roll that appeals to fans of multiple rock genres.  That band is Adelitas Way.  They have seen some mainstream success, yet have flown under that radar for quite some time, however, they have established themselves as a band that has found their identity while championing the veterans of the United States military and making good hard rock for the working man. Currently, Adelitas Way consists of Rick DeJesus on vocals, Tre Stafford on drums, and Andrew Cushing on bass/background vocals.  Ryan Guanzon serves as the touring guitarist for Adelitas Way.  They have established some pretty significant career highlights ...
The Legendary Bumblefoot of Art Of Anarchy Discusses “The Madness” and Chris Cornell with Madness To Creation!
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The Legendary Bumblefoot of Art Of Anarchy Discusses “The Madness” and Chris Cornell with Madness To Creation!

Editor's Note: Art Of Anarchy is formed from the dust of Guns 'N' Roses, Creed, and Disturbed.  They are the latest supergroup that is bound to take over the masses, as they combine each element of the aforementioned bands and stir it up, and Art Of Anarchy is created.  Scott Stapp of Creed joined the band after Scott Weiland(formerly of Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver) passed away to a drug overdose while on tour with The Wildabouts.  Here, Bumblefoot was gracious to interview with us after rescheduling.  Check out Art Of Anarchy on tour!  Here is our conversation with Bumblefoot, legendary guitarist of Art Of Anarchy. Bumblefoot:  I apologize that it's been a crazy couple of days.   M.T.C.:  That's all right!  All is good man!  How is the tour with Art Of Anarchy going r...